Hypothesis and theory or theory and law, Chemistry

1.  Define or explain the following terms:

a.  Science

b.  Experimentation

c.  Scientific method

d. Hypothesis

e. Theory

f.  Scientific law

g. Chemistry

h. Organic chemistry

i.  Inorganic chemistry

j.  Analytical chemistry

k. Physical chemistry

l.  biochemistry

2.      Distinguish between

a. Hypothesis and theory

b. Theory and law

c. Inorganic and organic chemistry

d. Qualitative and quantitative analysis

3. Read from the magazines, newspaper, clippings, news watch and other sources about the latest in the following topics in science.  Give at least five (5) of each.

a.    Discoveries

b.    Technological advancement

c.    Breakthroughs

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